A Million Times is a project created by 32-year-old Swedish designers Per Emanuelsson and Bastian Bischoff. It’s a collection of 288 analog and monochrome clocks, networked together and controlled by an iPad. With each clockface twirling its hands at a different rate, the Million Times installation might just look like horological static at first. But the 566 clock hands synchronize according to a logic all of their own, and eventually, the entire face of the installation animates itself into a magical kinetic sculpture.
A static image doesn’t do it justice, see the video to get a real feeling of mesmerising this project is!